For over two centuries scholars have unearthed, reproduced, transcribed, published, and translated hundreds of documents penned by Emanuel Swedenborg. It seems that nothing was too mundane for their scrutiny and dissemination. It is astounding, therefore, that there exists a six-volume work by Emanuel Swedenborg that is a storehouse on which he constantly drew in writing his theological works from 1747–1771 that to this day has no critical Latin edition or English translation: Swedenborg’s Index Biblicus, an extensive collection of indexes to the Old and New Testaments. Parts of it have seen the light of day in rearranged form, combined with other material from his later theological works, but to this day the only reliable edition is a photo reproduction of Swedenborg’shandwritten original. Swedenborg’s Bible indexes were produced not long after his spiritual awakening in the transitional period before he started work on Arcana Coelestia. The circumstances that apparently led to his indexing the Bible are briefly the following.